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. >> the obama campaign is slipping because is he talking about smaller and smaller things. despite the fact that america has the huge challenges and that's why on november 6th i'm counting on ohio to count for big change. >> so what are ohio voters saying? what are they thinking? joining us is former ohio secretary of state ken blackwell. good morning, ken, how are you? >> good morning, peter. doing just fine, thank you. >> great. we know how important ohio is, 18 electoral votes. seven most in the country. back in october, early october, some folks at nbc said you know maybe the romney campaign should get out of ohio. but now things seem to be neck and neck in your state. what are folks thinking there? >> it's a dead even race here in ohio. romney has closed what was a month ago an 8 or 9 point gap. and he has done it by really taking away the president's advantage with women. and as a consequence, this is a race that will be decided on as governor ron any says, big issues, not just small ball that obama is playing with. and, peter, i can tell you the benghazi issue is playing big time as
, mitt romney goes to cincinnati and defiance, ohio not too many people have heard of. president obama's going to the big cities because the big cities have more democrats in them. more democrats, more african-americans, more latinos, more lbig city mayors who support him and get out the vote strategies. and a lot of places with high unemployment. las vegas he helped get the high employment telling people don't bring your conventions and business meetings to las vegas, this is more a focus on democrats and african-americans and latinos than it is on, you know, high unemployment. >> dave: carl, there's been talk about lowering the course of the presidential debate and now an interview by the president in which he hurls a charge at mitt romney that he's a bull s-er. what's that about? and why is the president engaging in that language? >> first of all, it's part and parcel of a larger one. remember the president says the other day says mitt romney has third stage rom-nesia. and senior advisor called him a liar. what's interesting about the rolling stone interview lives in austin, where i
? think again. reports of early votes in kansas, nevada, north carolina, texas and ohio saying they thought they were voting for mitt romney but when they reviewed it, they discovered they were about to vote for barack obama. so, what do you do to make sure that you don't vote for the wrong person or, instead for the person you intend to, columnist for the national review magazine and co-author of the new book "whose counting" how fraudsters and bureaucrats put your vote at risk. john fund. it's been reported by early voters in those states it pertains to a voting machine that kind looks like a tablet that it a lot of people use. >> sure. in many cases this makes voting easier and faster. so they are generally a good thing. however, they have to be carefully calibrated the screen so that when you touch your choice, it actually registers. and if there are any complaints, you should immediately report that to the election officials. i'm sure this mistakes happens with candidates on both sides of the aisle. >> steve: sure. >> at the end of the process though, unlike your normal pa
in ohio. listen to this. >> about you see what president obama said today? he asked his supporters to vote for revenge. for revenge. instead, i ask the american people to vote for love of country. it is absolutely essential that the together we lead america to a better place than that we are four days away from a fresh start. four days away from the first day of a new beginning. my conviction that better days are ahead is not based on promises and hollow rhetoric but on solid plans and proven results. and it's based on unshakeable faith in the american spirit. >> brian: also talking very optimistically. governor romney is doing something else. sincerely talking about there are good democrats too working across party lines. talking about bipartisan way. and i think that's a little bit got into president obama's speech. i will work with anybody. i don't care what party you are from. >> gretchen: that's interesting. >> brian: late to the party on that and four years don't reflect. >> steve: when the president is reelected then i will start working. >> gretchen: mist romney has that as his tra
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